Motto: “Planting Seeds to Help You Grow”
Services We Offer:
- Short-term Individual Therapy
- Short-term Couples Therapy
- Disability Services Presentation (PowerPoint) (Handbook PDF)
- Relaxation Room/Mind Spa/Training
- Support Groups
- Outreach and Wellness Workshops
- Community Resource Referrals
- Referral for medication evaluation
- Crisis Intervention
- Grief Counseling
- Handouts/Brochures on Coping Skills
- Resource Information Center
- Consultation to student groups, faculty, and campus community
- Training for student and faculty groups
Relaxation is an important part of self-care. Even though it is a common concept, very few of us have had much experience with real relaxation. Our definition of real relaxation is different than exercising, zoning out, socializing, or pursuing a distraction like TV or a book. Those things are important, but they are not truly relaxation. Real relaxation is an intentional, focused period of time during which one is mindful and alert, yet one's muscles are relaxed. This is not necessarily as easy as it might sound, but when you have mastered this skill, it can help restore energy and boost your mood and performance levels much better than those other activities.
The Serenity Room
Drop by and check out our soothing Serenity Room which is designed to help individuals develop relaxation skills, cope with stress, and practice “mindful” meditation.
Call (318) 274-3277 to set up an appointment time. Please come by 15-minute earlier to complete paperwork. Usually the initial session may take approximately 60 minutes according to the service you will need.
Student Counseling and Wellness Services (SCWRS) is located on campus on Central Avenue in the Foster-Johnson Building, West Wing. For more information, call the Counseling Services main office at 318-274-3277.
We are available to help:
The Grambling State University Student Counseling and Wellness Resource Center is available to our students 24 hours 7 days a week.
|Our Office hours are:||Monday through Thursday||7:30 AM to 5:00 PM|
|Fridays||7:30 AM to 11:30 AM|
|*We are closed for lunch from 12 until 1PM|
During non-office hours an on-call counselor is available by contacting the University Campus Police Department at (318) 274-2222.
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Student Services
Eligibility Review Process:
- Student must be enrolled
- Documentation of disability
- Student makes disability known
- Student makes request for services
- Decision is made regarding eligibility
- Accommodation agreement is made between the student and faculty staff with support from the ADASS office.
* Students should make request early in the semester.